Marion Cotillard graces the cover of British Marie Claire in August. Check out some pretty amazing preview pictures!
• ‘I’ve Finally Made Peace With Myself’, Marie Claire (UK), August
Marion Cotillard graces the cover of the Summer Issue of Wall Street Journal Magazine (on newsstands as of Saturday) as well as Mindfood Magazine. Luise added scans of the latter and we have portraits & behind the scenes pictures as well as an excerpt of the article from WSJ. She’s promoting ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘ as well as the much delayed US release of ‘Little White Lies‘ (Les petits mouchoirs).
Also, there’s a rumour that Marion Cotillard will grace the cover of the August issue of US Vogue to promote ‘The Dark Knight Rises‘.
• Marion Cotillard’s Sultry Side, Wall Street Journal Magazine, July/August
009 Scans from 2012 > Mindfood (International) – July/August
001 Scans from 2012 > Wall Street Journal Magazine (US) – July/August
006 Sessions from 2012 > Wall Street Journal Magazine
002 Behind the Scenes > 2012 – Wall Street Journal Magazine
During the Cannes Film Festival back in May, it was rumoured that The Weinstein Company was circling James Gray’s Untitled Project (aka ‘Low Life‘).
News comes today that The Weinstein Company is close to acquiring the U.S. rights of the film and plan to release it in the U.S. in 2013.
- Source: Deadline.com
‘Rust & Bone‘ (De rouille et d’os) now has a US release date: November 16, 2012.
• Source: Variety
I added 4 new stills from ‘De rouille et d’os‘ (Rust & Bone) and a wonderful article from Dior Mag. In my opinion they found the right words to describe Marion & the movie.
• Dior on the town: Marion Cotillard, Dior Mag, May 28
Here, there is no artifice, no makeup. Bare face, bare soul. No pathos, no screaming, no tears – or few. But there’s such a jostle of complex and contradictory feelings and emotions that come across subtly, profoundly, in a vacant stare, an inflection, a half-smile, in the faintest of gestures. Like a hurricane that might sweep away everything in its path without making the slightest sound. … Here, at age 36, is an actress at the height of her art. And such is her curiosity about the cinema, about human beings and the feelings that drive them, we can be certain that she still has surprises in store, that she hasn’t yet revealed all her secrets.
Once again, he [Jacques Audiard] lays emotions bare and exposes raw sentiment with the cool efficiency of a surgeon and the mysterious profundity of a poet. This film is all the more captivating because it touches, almost without seeming to, the very essence of life.
004 De rouille et d’os (Rust and Bone) – 2012 > Stills